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Club NameDescription of ClubSponsor(s)Meeting times
Hispanic Heritage ClubHispanic Heritage Club is an opportunity for students to showcase their special talents while socializing in their native language. Students will meet and plan for the month of September and October as well as be a student voice group in the preparation of Hispanic Heritage Month Activities (September 15-October 15). All students are welcome!Ms. Del Toro
Ms. Medina
2nd and 4th Thursdays of every month at 2:20pm
Location: TBD
PTSA ClubTheme Changes MonthlyMs. Enright@ 6:30pm 2nd Tuesday of every month (dates subject to change)
Location TBD
Poetry ClubThe Poetry Club is a group of students who want to achieve self-expression and enhance their understanding of literacy through the writing and performance of poetry. We will study and enjoy videos of performance/ spoken-word poetry; write our own poetry in structured workshops; and perform our poems for each other and for larger audiences. Poetry will be submitted for local publication.Ms. Martinez
Ms. Epperson
Tuesdays 2:18- 3:00
Drama ClubThe Drama Club aims to enhance student appreciation for dramatic literature and its techniques; help students to attain a better mastery of language; and provide unique opportunities for small group and solo performances.Ms. Martinez
Ms. Epperson
Club Days
1st and 3rd Wednesday’s of each month
Rm 4-103
Tri-M Music Honor SocietyThe Tri-M® Music Honor Society is a program of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME), which focuses on creating future leaders in music education and music advocacy. Tri-M provides students leadership opportunities to make a difference in their community through music-based service projects.Mr. SpenceClub Days
Band Room
Debate Club
The Junior Statesmen of America is a club in which students will involve themselves in critical thinking and practice public speaking through discussion and arguments. Students will be presented with statements or questions that they will form arguments for or against, and then they will argue to convince other students to believe in their resolve.Ms. ScottTuesdays 2:20-3:20pm and club days
RM 15-212
GSAThe Pasco High GSA aims to create a safe haven for all students that will promote acceptance, pride, and equality. We strive to spread awareness and education on our campus and throughout or community for the integration of a variety of races, genders, and sexual orientations.Ms. Graham
Ms. Greene
Ms. Scott
Club days and any other days the students vote on at the beginning of the year.
RM 4-203
National Honor Society10-12th graders who applied and have been selected with a 3.2 GPA and 25 hours each year of community service hours. Students meet monthly and participate in various service projects and events with the school. Induction fee $30. TBDThe second Tuesday of every Month including special project days
Cambridge AmbassadorsThe Cambridge Ambassadors Club is a student led organization driven to aid the neighboring communities of Pasco High School. The club, comprised of devoted student volunteers, works to complete monthly service projects. The goal of the projects are to assess a local area of need and apply an acute, workable solution. The collaborative nature of the club builds a neat community amongst Pasco High students. Ms. Chacon
Cambridge Counselor
The first Tuesday of every month including special projects days and club days

Upstairs small Admin Conference room
Social Inclusion ClubThe purpose of the club is to connect students with varying disabilities, combat the challenge of inclusion for students with disabilities, and to provide information for life after high school.Ms. Fricke
Ms. Gonzalez
Club days
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
FCA is not JUST for Christian Athletes. It is simply a group of students who gather weekly in fellowship to strengthen their walk with Christ and share in the struggles of being a God-fearing bible-toting teen in today’s secular world. FCA is non-denominal and welcomes all believers, church-going or not, and seeks to equip, empower and encourage students to make a difference for Christ.Coach StokesClub Days
Weight Room
K-Pop ClubWe are all about K-Pop, Korean pop music and Korean Culture. We listen to music, watch new videos, learn dances and about the Korean culture.Ms. ChristensenFridays 2:20-3:20pm
Club days RM 4-207
Anime ClubWe watch Anime, Talk about Anime, and just overall enjoy anime together. Ms. ChristensenWednesday’s
Rm 4-207
Bowling ClubBowling Club
Members sign up with Ms. Maddaloni, room 15-204.
Members bowl free
Ms. MaddaloniMeet once a month at Pin Chasers in Zephyrhills
Meet on the first club day in RM 15-204
HOSAHOSA stands for Health Occupations Students of America. It is an international student organization. HOSA’s two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. HOSA provides a unique program of leadership development, motivation and recognition. Being part of HOSA gives students the opportunity to develop skills and qualities that help them to be successful in high school, in their post-secondary education and ultimately in their future careers. Students may develop very specific health profession skills or they may also develop more general professional skills. HOSA really encourages personal well-being and service to others. As a member of HOSA Students will be expected to donate time to health service projects. Ms. DempseyEvery other Thursday @ 2:20pm
Bldg. #19, CNA Campus
Support the students experience in the AVID Elective
Ms. WebbClub days
Science ClubA fun and engaging club centered around interactive activities involving science and the environment.Ms. HarbourClub Days and TBD
Location: 15-102
Dues: $5.00
Pirate Nation Fishing ClubThe Pirate Nation Fishing Club that is a national organization. It is called the TBF or the Bass Federation that is in at least 22 and counting states nationwide with both state and national contests. There is a $35 fee for those participating in the Bobby Lane Tournament in December.
All others, the fee is $25 for the TBF dues-
Remember to wash those hands- stay 6 feet apart - and Wear a mask.
10 Fishing outings. 1 per month.
Stay out of trouble and Keep those Grades above a 2.0
We will participate in the state Regional, State and Bobby Lane tournaments as well as at least 7 other team and local contests. Fees need to be paid by early October so that the Bobby Lane tournament is paid for before the First week of December. We will have contests at least once a month.
Mr. Titsworth
Mr. Dale
Club Days
Meet in court yard in front of Cafeteria
Student GovernmentStudent Council helps share students' ideas, interests, and concerns with school principal. It raise funds for school-wide activities, including homecoming, community projects, helping people in need. Members are elected and parent volunteers are greatly appreciated.Ms. GrahamClub days and TBD
KEY ClubHigh School version of Kiwanis
Service club in east Pasco County
Ms. Walker
Mr. Vance
Club days RM15-206
Meet in front of IRC
Pirate ExpeditionsPirate Expeditions is a club that was developed to give high school students the opportunity to travel the world, experience new cultures, learn about art and architecture, and broaden their horizons. The tours are hosted by Global Education Ambassador Stephanie Reed who has been leading student adventures since 2009.Ms. ReedClub days
RM 4-202
Black History ClubBHC Talent Café is an opportunity for students to showcase their special talents that may include but not limited to: spoken word, singing, interpretive dance, musical instruments, as well as an open mike session during Black History Month (February). Students will meet and plan for the month of February as well as be a student voice group. All students are welcome!Dr. Swackard
Ms. Bowens
Club days
Meet in the IRC
Teen CourtMembers met twice monthly at the Dade City Courthouse and receive community service hours for serving as jurors and counsel for cases referred to the teen court. Applications must be approved by the teen court program supervisor.Mr. VanceTwice monthly at the Dade City Courthouse
Electric ClubStudents who are currently in the Electric program will meet to further enhance skills of the trade.Mr. MazzaClub days
RM 7-006
Story Time ClubA continuation of the SEL (social emotional learning) discussions and activities discussed in class. It includes discussions on current events, as well as any emotional, inspirational, character building discussions, examples, stories or activities. Ms. BernhardtClub days
RM 15-101
Gaming & Tabletop ClubDo you enjoy gaming? If so, come on out and check out the new Gamer’s Club at PHS! Here you can talk about all kinds of gaming. From tabletop games to console gaming and mobile games too. Come to a place where you can talk with other video game enthusiasts about the future of gaming and how you can bring some manner of gaming to Pasco High School! Fee to join is $5Ms. MedinaClub Days
RM 15-201
FBLAFuture Business Leaders of America Club provides students the opportunity to learn skills in the business world. We have monthly meetings, district, state and national competitions. Students attend Fall and Spring Leadership Conferences. Club also offers various community service projects throughout the year. $35.00
Fee Includes: Dues for National, State and District. FBLA Club T-Shirt and FBLA graduation cord (seniors only).
Ms. PlummerClub days
RM 6-016
FFAFuture Farmers of AmericaMs. ParryThursdays 5:30pm in the school cafeteria
RM 8-003
Class of 2024Fundraising, building floats, and building a class communityMr. ClarkClub days and TBD
Class of 2023Fundraising, building floats, and building a class communityTBDClub days and TBD
Class of 2022Fundraising, building floats, and building a class communityMs. BromleyClub days and TBD
Class of 2021Fundraising, building floats, and building a class communityMs. GrahamClub days and TBD